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>The shrink wrap machine works beautifully. You need one. It is a tough,
shiny wrap that protects work and is nearly impossible to rip.
>The wrap comes in rolls and the material is doubled. You slide the matted
work inbetween the wrap and heat seal a seam with the machine. Then you
shrink the wrap with a heat gun until there are no wrinkles.
>The only down-side--Sometimes too much heat will put a hole in the wrap,
and you need a stiff backing board or else the work will warp(I use
corrugated cardboard donated to us by a cardboard company).
>Dick Blick has the quick-shield shrink 40" (bigger is better)wrap machine
for $424 which includes the heat gun. A roll of wrap is $60 and it lasts
two years for me (I wrap about 150 pieces a year).
>It is far superior to actetate, and it makes the work look super! Yes, it
relects but no more than glass. When you buy posters at the store, they
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